These are my top 5 episodes of Ghost Adventures:
1. The First Documentary of Goldfield Hotel (Aaron was not in this episode though)
2. Bobby Mackey's Music World.
3. Edinburgh Vaults.
4. Ram Inn
5. Former Psychiatric Hospital in season 1
the one where they went to an island in italy where zak suppossedly got possessed and there were these masks and the camera fell over and when they found a piece of a skull and this thing said bye bye in a little girls voice when zak left a room??? thats my favorite.
the one episode where just nick and zak were their and a brick got thrown at nick. i wish i remembered which adventure that was at, it is soooooo scary and real. thanks, mary i found out it was the goldfield motel a couple years back. that was real. no b.s.
The castle for juvenile kids was most definatly the scariest, zak get posseses by a murderd maid and starts singing while sitting in her room and staring at a wall, scary as crap episode i think everyone should watch it
I'm not a person who easily gets scared but for the first time in years I can say that the "GoldField Hotel" episode kept me awake for 4 days zak's terror is real u can feel there fear then nick disappears and they can't find him I MUST SAY BEST EPISODE SO FAR
I love the Goldfield Hotel. I felt very sad and connected with the spirit of Elizabeth she was very clever and an intelligent spirit. Also you can really feel Zak getting scared in that place. Got to be my favourite :)
Goldfield Hotel; the doc movie and the two episodes is great. bricks being thrown, scary evp, noises all around.
Rolling Hills Sanitarium scared me too when I heard 2 times the screams one of my best episodes too.
The Letchworth Village investigation was interesting. Bethany, NY I believe. The aggressive tone of whatever negative entity that spoke the words, "Pray your God"... I can't say it's wise to taunt a possibly demonic energy, and I would NEVER air a possibly demonic voice for fear of some kind of transference, no matter the odds of it happening. Buttttt.... The GAC seem to have an idea of the safety precautions (based on the amount of resources they have available) and know their limits.